Any idea of what desktop computer it came out of?
My intel states it is an ECS (Elitegroup Computer Systems) MCP61PM-AM mobo, made for Gateway/Acer desktop computers,
(Acer bought out Gateway), Packard-Bell, and other desktop computer manufacturers.
1) HT 2000
HT stands for Hyperthreading Technology. Used by AMD and Intel.
Using 2000 along with HT, denotes it is an AMD processor using HT.
Processor can move data back, and forth, up to 2000 MegaTransfers per Second. (2000MT/s)
2) MCP stands for Media and Communications Processor.
Nvidia's Northbridge, so to speak,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northbridge_%28computing%29
"Another example of this kind of change is Nvidia
chipset for AMD64 systems that is a single chip. It combines all of the features of a normal southbridge
with an AGP
port and connects directly to the CPU. On nForce4
boards they consider this to be an MCP (Media Communications Processor
The Nvidia MCP61 is the GeForce 6150SE,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_6_Series#GeForce_6150SEhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Nvidia_graphics_processing_units#GeForce_6_.286xxx.29_series
The PM stands for Post Meridian. The AM stands for Ante Meridian.
In otherwords good for Night to Day.
Just some gobbelity-goop the mobo manufacturer added.
Is it an ECS MCP61PM-AM mobo? (MOtherBOard),http://www.ascendtech.us/ecs-mcp61pm-am-dual-core-am2-motherboard_i_mb64ecsmcp61pma.aspx
Scroll the page down.
At any rate, what info do you need?
What Ram Memory is used, and how much?
What the pinout is for the Front Panel header on the mobo?
What Processors can be used?
Please state in a Comment.
[By the way. If it is out of a Peckerd Bell computer, I find them LESS THAN. Support for a user? Sure for $$$$$$ ]